Ang layo naman! Laguna BM Angelica Jones Alarva goes shops for groceries in Nueva Ecija before lockdown
Laguna Board Member Angelica Jones Alarva is among those who are worried about the Metro Manila quarantine over the novel coronavirus or COVID 19, and she made sure her family would have enough provisions for the coming days.
In a Facebook post, Alarva said that she had her family vaccinated against illnesses and would install thermal scanners in her house and office to check visitors for fever, one of the symptoms of COVID 19.
She also admitted to panicking a bit, which was why she shopped for groceries — all the way in Nueva Ecija (where she was visiting her boyfriend, perhaps?)— before coming home to Laguna.
She was worried about shopping in Metro Manila, she added.
Metro Manila groceries are too crowded these days, so maybe she had the right idea!
“Dahil magkakaroon ng Lockdown mula March 15-April 14 sa Metro Manila..
Parami ng parami nagkakaroon ng Corona Virus..
Di po natin alam ano susunod na mangyayari…
Ang tanging pwede natin gawin MANALIG SA DIYOS AT MAGDASAL “LORD, PLEASE PROTECT US…. I TRUST YOU LORD….🙏
Dapat kasama rin nagpaghahanda bukod sa Dasal..
Gumamit ng Alcohol, Soap, Mask and Gloves
Uminom ng Vitamin C..
Pina Vaccine ko po ang aking Pamilya para sa kaligtasan..
At magkaroon sa house or Office ng Thermal Scaner para Mamonitor ang mga Dumarating na Bisita kung may Corona Virus
At lagi Gumamit ng Lysol para sa mga gamit sa house at Office.
Aaminin ko po medyo nag panic ako kaya agad Groceries para sa aking Pamilya..
Sa Puregold Nueva Ecija ako nag groceries bago umuwi ng Laguna.
Takot ako sa metro Manila🤣
Much better magstock tayo ng food sa house kaysa lumabas ang ating Pamilya para sa kaligtasan ng lahat.
IPAG PAUMANHIN PO… PANSAMANTALA MUNA … “Wala po munang Beso Beso at Shake Hands” para sa ikabubuti ng Lahat..
Laging tandaan NASA DIYOS ANG AWA…NASA TAO ANG GAWA…🙏❤
Kaya Dapat lagi po tayong Handa🙏👍❤,” Alarva posted.
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